If you are in the market for a new wristwatch and are looking for something a little different from the norm, you might be interested in a new wristwatch design unveiled by the Tokyoflash design team this week in the form of the new Kisai Quasar.
The Kisai Quasar sports a hexagonal watch face and includes a very unique way of displaying the time, as you would expect from Tokyoflash.
The battery in the Kisai Quasar watch has been designed to last 12 months and the watch is currently on a launch special offer on the Tokyoflash website priced at $109 for the next 12 hours, after which it will jump to $149, €112, or £95 depending on your location.
“Kisai Quasar offers three user-selectable time display modes, explained below. For each mode, you can choose 12 or 24 hour clock. Number Mode presents the time in regular digits. Pattern Mode camouflages the digits in a web of lines that follow the shape of the numbers. Animation Mode pulsates between these modes creating an eye-catching zoom effect, as seen on the right of this page.”
For more information on the new Kisai Quasar jump over to the Tokyoflash website for details.
Source: TokyoflashFiled Under: Gadgets News